Butterfly Thinlits & Butterfly Basics
As soon as I saw this bundle I knew I had to have it! I haven't had a lot of time to make cards lately and I was so glad I finally had a few minutes to play with these. My crafting time has had to be put on the back burner lately because I will be having wrist surgery soon. One of my favorite things to do is Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. A couple of months ago I injured my wrist while training and only last week I found out that I need surgery to repair it. Surgery isn't far off and I will be in a cast for 6 weeks. Yikes! How in the world will I make cards one handed?! by day I'm a massage therapist so I'll be off work for quite some time so I suppose I will have the chance to figure out the art of one handed card making! Haha!
This is the medium sized butterfly from the Butterfly Thinlits. I love how detailed and delicate it is.
I cased this second card from Pinterest and the design credit goes to Deb Valder. She's got a great video on how to execute this floating butterfly look which I did not watch before I made my card (darn it). So, my card was put together quite a bit differently than hers was but.... no matter. It was fun to figure out and is simple and beautiful card.
I hope you liked my cards today! What have you all been up to? Have any of you been using this bundle? If so, please post some of your cards in the comments!
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